Recovery

Brain Train America's recovery programs help clients bounce back from:

  • Concussion
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Lyme Disease
  • Stroke
  • Other traumatic events including adoption/attachment and Fight/Flight issues that can accompany it

Our brain training recovery programs build on neuroplasticity, the brain’s extraordinary ability to change. Retraining and strengthening neurological pathways allows clients to deal with many of the ill-effects caused by brain trauma.

Concussions and Brain Trauma

A traumatic brain injury, such as a concussion or stroke, can be felt for months or years after the initial incident.

People who have suffered a concussion or other brain trauma often describe a “brain fog,” or a clouding of consciousness that makes attention and memory difficult. Many also experience physical disabilities and cognitive issues, including decreased learning, memory, attention, processing speed, reaction time, balance issues, emotional difficulties and mood disorders.

These issues are different manifestations of the same thing – a change in brain function.

Every brain injury is different. That is why we believe in individualized programs comprised of one or more of our research-based programs or modalities.

Depression

People come to us with many types of depression and anxiety, some chronic and some debilitating. Untreated, depression and anxiety can cause devastating blows to individuals and families.

At Brain Train America, our brain training methods have truly changed lives for clients suffering from depression and anxiety. While many still need medication and counseling, by using brain training, our clients have combated symptoms of depression including:

  • Social isolation
  • Low motivation
  • Low self-esteem
  • Lack of general interest in activities

Often those who embrace brain training eventually reduce, or even discontinue, certain medications.

Lyme Disease

At Brain Train America, we work with clients suffering from the negative effects Lyme Disease can have on the brain. Common Neuropsychological issues that can occur with Lyme disease include:

  • Impaired focus and concentration, or poor impulse control
  • Impaired speech and memory functions
  • Disorganization
  • Poor problem-solving skills
  • Slower mental processing

One of the most common psychiatric results of Lyme Disease is "brain fog," or a clouding of consciousness that makes attention and memory difficult. Usually, memory loss and issues with concentration are common symptoms of people with chronic and acute Lyme. Some memory loss issues can be severe.

Brain training strengthens neurological pathways, getting to the root of many of the problems people with Lyme Disease face.

Begin Brain Training Today

To start your brain training recovery program today, schedule an appointment for an evaluation with one of Brain Train America’s brain training experts by visiting or calling us at 410-750-2133.